Wet Felting

Wet Felting

Wet felting is the process by which animals fibres are made into a sheet of non woven fabric through a combination of wetting and agitation. The animal fibers have a unique surface structure which consists of overlapping scales. These scales when soaked in water open up and latch on to Read more…

Nuno felting

Nuno Felting

  Nuno Felting is a type of wet felting with the addition of fabric. The name is derived from the Japanese word “nuno” meaning cloth. The addition of a fabric means that a stronger felt can be produced with less wool, which is perfect for making felted garments. Nuno Felting Read more…

Needle felting

Needle Felting

Needle felting is the process of interlocking wool fibres together,  As the needle is repeatedly stabbed in a straight up and down motion the barbs catch the fibres and… Needle Felting Needle felting is also called dry felting, because you do not need to use water and soap for this Read more…

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